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Short animated film Save Ralph highlighted the consequences of testing cosmetic products on animals.

“CVHS students react to “Save Ralph” and rethink their use of cosmetic products

By Ashley Becerra and Cameron Hart June 1, 2021

In early April, the Humane Society International released the short documentary “Save Ralph” to critical acclaim. “Save Ralph'' is an animated short film of the daily life of a rabbit with the name...

Pro-Anti-Racism Protests #AsianLivesMatter

We need to stand in solidarity against anti-Asian violence

By Ashley Becerra, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

  The 21-year old man Robert Aaron Long was arrested after shooting three Atlanta spas and causing 8 people’s death. Six of the eight victims in the Atlanta shootings were Asian Americans...

Some social media platforms, like Youtube, prepare to lift their ban on Trumps account.

Even though Trump’s social media has been banned, fake news persists

By Ashley Becerra, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

On January 8, Twitter permanently banned Trump from using the platform after he was found to incite the Capitol riots on January 6.. However, the ban has not stopped the circulation of misinformation and...

The Nightmare Before Christmas was one of the last movies played before The Drive-In at Sawyer Yards permanently closed due to construction.

Drive-In Theatre at Sawyer Yards

By Ashley Becerra and Talia Moghnieh December 16, 2020

The Nightmare before Christmas was one of the last played movies at The Drive-In at Sawyer Yards before it permanently closed due to construction. Before the Drive-In at Sawyer Yards closed down, it was...

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From Trayvon Martin to George Floyd to the March on Washington, Black Student Union president Ashton Brown chronicles his growing activism for racial justice

By Ashley Becerra and Talia Moghnieh November 12, 2020

[/audioclip]   Black Student Union president, junior Ashton Brown, was only about 9 years old when the 17-year-old African-American Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by vigilante police in...

Freshman Vincent Huynh settles into a long day of online learning.

Adapting to high school in isolation takes a toll on freshmen students

By Ashley Becerra and Talia Moghnieh October 14, 2020

[/audioclip]   Every year freshmen students need to adjust to the workload, curriculum rigor, and social environment at CVHS. This year, 254 freshmen have an added struggle- adjusting to their...

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